Idols of Athens

Idols of Athens
Explaining the unknown God

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The Apostle Paul traveled to the city of Athens on his second missionary journey. He found a city wholly given over to idolatry." To be sure they didn't offend any god by not worshipping it, the Athenians had built an altar "To the Unknown God." So Paul taught them about the Almighty God, the One they did not know.

This visual includes an altar with the Greek inscription and a question mark to put on the altar. The details of the account are printed on thought bubbles which are placed around the altar.

Eight bubbles approx. 4" x 5," one question mark 5.75" tall, and one altar 6.7" h x 9" w

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